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A specialist survey to inform the final design and construction of the proposed satellite launch site in Sutherland is expected to get under way today on the A’ Mhoine peninsula. Regional development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) plans to establish Space Hub Sutherland as a cor

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Inverness Townscape Heritage Project (ITHP) has released a video to mark the end of the project, which included a grant-giving scheme focussing on Academy Street, and saw £1.75 million in grant funding awarded since it began in September 2015.

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The Highland Council is working with the Nairn Citizens Advice Bureau to provide a new office and IT suite along with twelve 1 and 2-bed flats for council rent on the site for the former community centre in Nairn.

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A developer has unveiled plans to deliver 16 family-sized homes in Portree on the Isle of Skye. London-based Charles Garton Jones is aiming to build the detached houses next to his Bracken Hide Hotel, off Struan Road.

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The Highland Council has today granted approval for a planning application that will see the transformation of Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the region. The application covered the works necessary to restore the Category A Listed building and convert it for use as a new visit

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The reconstruction of a 17th-century creel house using traditional methods is now underway at Glencoe. Led by the National Trust for Scotland, a team of heritage building craftspeople has broken ground and raised the house’s 6m-high timber cruck frame.

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Seventeen Sutherland regeneration projects have been awarded funding from the Highland Coastal Communities Fund (HCCF). A total of £3,034,703 was awarded to the Highland Council by the Scottish Government, £700,407 of which was earmarked for the council’s Suther

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Aberdeen-based Kirkwood Homes has pushed ahead with a £200 million plan to build up to 800 new homes at the former Fairways golf course in Inverness. A Proposal of Application Notice was submitted to Highland Council, with the developers claiming the development will create about 150 construct

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